Call 1-800-AAA-Help and a tow truck will deliver you and your vehicle home safely, no charge and no questions asked.
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Don't get behind the wheel and drive drunk after indulging on 4th of July. Get a free tow home from the American Automobile Association's Tow to Go program. The offer is open Wednesday through Saturday, July 7, to everyone, no membership required, but should only be used as a last resort. The offer is based on availability of trucks and call volumes.
Call 1-800-AAA-Help and a tow truck will deliver you and your vehicle home safely, no charge and no questions asked. The free service, a partnership between AAA and Budweiser, is 100 percent confidential.
Tow to Go is offered at various times throughout the year.
In 2011, AAA received 3,000 calls; more than 18,000 intoxicated drivers have used Tow to Go vs. since the program began in 1998, according to a press release.
Free Tow to Go coverage is offered in Florida, Georgia and parts of Tennessee.
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